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The flavors of Armenia, gastronomic tour in Yerevan
Hello, my name is Mihran! I am a professional and certified tour guide who is passionate about his work. It is not only a job for me but also an immense pleasure to make people discover my country and its multi-millennial culture. The tourist potential of my small country is enormous, rich in ecclesiastical architecture, imprinted by centuries on countless cultural monuments and fascinating landscapes. Tasty national cuisine and hospitable people. Armenia deserves to be visited and discovered. My rich experience of 9 years allows me to guarantee you a total satisfaction of your trip here :)
A country with a millennial history Armenia has very old gastronomic traditions and tasty cuisine. Discover all the food wealth of Armenia by visiting the food market of Yerevan. At the market you will be invited to taste the various local products. Leaving the food market, you can visit the largest cathedral in Yerevan, that of Saint Gregory Illuminator consecrated in 2001 to the glory of the 1700th anniversary of the Christianization of Armenia.After discovering the food market and the cathedral of Saint Gregory a surprise visit to one of the pretty hidden corners of Yerevan (children's railway) a pleasant walk along the Hrazdan River in the shade of century-old trees.
After getting acquainted with the central Republic Square, free car transfer to the food market and leaving the market, Visite of Saint Gregory cathedral and transfer to the children's railway.
- Republic Square
- Food market
- Cathedral of Saint Gregory
- Children’s Railway
- Republic Square
Meeting point:1 Amiryan St, Yerevan 0010, Armenia1 Amiryan St, Yerevan 0010, Armenia
The meeting point in front of the Armenia Marriott hotel, Republic Square
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).